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AT&T: Gingerbread coming for 2011 Android phones

AT&T: Gingerbread coming for 2011 Android phones

AT&T: Gingerbread coming for 2011 Android phones
News from Los Angeles Times:

Do you have an Android phone on AT&T? If so, you’re about to get some Gingerbread — that is, as long as you bought your phone this year.

AT&T said Monday that it plans to push updates to all of its Android phones purchased in 2011 that will move the devices over to Android 2.3, also known as Gingerbread.

Currently, the only AT&T Android phone to run Gingerbread (the newest version of Android) is the HTC Status. But the Status, known for its Facebook button, has a…………… continues on Los Angeles Times
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